High-Stakes Experiential Learning in a Hospitality Entrepreneurship Pop-up Restaurant Project
Contemporary business education scholarship has shifted focus towards how and what is taught in entrepreneurship education (EE), including growth of cross-disciplinary and co-teaching models of EE, such as embedded entrepreneurship and innovation (ENTI) in hospitality management (HM). This has however, not been accompanied by studies of how students experience entrepreneurship-based learning. This paper presents dialogues and interactions among members of a small group engaged in a real-world undergraduate pop-up restaurant project. Abductive analysis of ethnographic observation and student artifacts provides insight into how students experience a redesigned, immersive hospitality ENTI learning course. Findings suggest that emotion and humor inform how HM students navigate high-stakes experiential learning.
|High-Stakes Experiential Learning in a Hospitality Entrepreneurship Pop-up Restaurant Project
|CC BY-NC 4.0 (Attribution-NonCommercial)
|December 21, 2022
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